I myself think that there should be firearm education in schools as early as middle school. We have sex education and drug awareness education. But we don't have any kind of formal firearm education. The media and many other outlets have scared our youth into thinking guns are bad. And that only bad guys have guns with the exception of LE. I don't think kids now a days have been given a fair chance to be exposed to what a firearms job really is. And that is to protect. Kids have this idea that guns are bad and that guns kill people. Thats just a stereotype that has been beaten into their heads due to the media in my opinion. The parents of these children tell their kids that guns kill. They don't stop to think that any ball bat or screw driver can kill also. That list goes on forever. It is who is behind that screwdriver or ball bat that kills. If we had a formal firearm education class in schools and tried to educate kids better on this topic I think the world would be much better off. I am 25 years old and my generation for the most part is Anti-Gun. That makes me so sad. With that in mind my generation is the future. And that means I think stricter gun laws are in the future. It is because nobody sat down and taught us that guns are your friend. And nobody gave us any kind of training what so ever. My generation for the most part would vote to outlaw them completely I bet. Witch makes me sick to my stomach like you don't even know. I just wish the main stream media would play something about how a legally armed citizen saved lives and saved the day more often. Instead it is the complete opposite. My generation thinks Obama hung the moon for some reason. But I still do everything I can to educate my friends why being armed is one of the most important things they can do. But all I here back is "The less guns the better"